League Two preview
Hereford and Barnet fight for their Football League lives, while there is a three-way battle for the final automatic promotion place.
Last Updated: 04/05/12 12:57pm
Hereford United will fight for their Football League lives when they take on an automatic promotion-chasing Torquay United on the final day of the season, while Crawley Town will attempt to keep their place in the top three at Accrington Stanley.
Elsewhere, champions Swindon Town visit Bradford City, already-relegated Macclesfield Town end their campaign at Southend United, who could yet be automatically promoted, and play-off hopefuls Oxford United travel to Port Vale.
Crewe Alexandra must avoid defeat at home to Aldershot Town to qualify for the play-offs, relegation-threatened Barnet meet Burton Albion, Gillingham welcome Morecambe to the Priestfield, Rotherham United host Northampton Town, and Cheltenham Town make the trip to Plymouth Argyle.
Dagenham & Redbridge take on Bristol Rovers at Victoria Road, and AFC Wimbledon aim to finish on a high against promoted Shrewsbury Town.
Hereford's surprise 3-0 win over Crawley last weekend gave Richard O'Kelly's side a lifeline in their bid to avoid the drop and they must now defeat play-off participants Torquay and hope Barnet do not win at Burton.
Martin Allen's Barnet are just two points clear of the relegation zone ahead of facing Burton at the Pirelli Stadium and their goal difference is inferior to that of Hereford.
Crawley sit in the top three, but they are level on points with Torquay and must therefore win at Accrington and hope to avoid any freak swing in goal difference to be sure of a place in League One.
Southend could yet also gate-crash the automatic promotion party, as they sit a point behind Torquay and Crawley, and so a win at Roots Hall against bottom-of-the-table Macclesfield and favours from elsewhere will be on Paul Sturrock's wish-list.
Oxford have a chance of qualifying for the play-offs, with Chris Wilder's side currently three points behind Crewe, who host Aldershot, and with a better goal difference.
A victory at Port Vale could extend United's season if coupled with an Aldershot win at the Alexandra Stadium.
Paolo Di Canio's Swindon wrapped up the title with last weekend's thrashing of Port Vale and will be in celebration mood when they travel to Bradford.
Shrewsbury were promoted last weekend with a 1-0 win over Dagenham and so have little to play for when taking on Wimbledon.
Gillingham will be thinking of what might have been as they go into their final game of the season against Morecambe, trailing the play-off places by four points.
Cheltenham are guaranteed a play-off spot ahead of their trip to Plymouth, while only pride will be at stake when Dagenham take on Bristol Rovers, and Rotherham host Northampton.